Fashion News Roundup: George Clooney's Girlfriend Strips Down, Anna Wintour Kicks it in Brooklyn and Did Chanel Make Condoms?

Elisabetta Canalis for Cavalli: George Clooney's girlfriend bares it all in a second round of ads for Roberto Cavalli, donning nothing but red lips and select pieces from the designer's new underwear collection. Cavalli has called Canalis his "ideal of a woman." Le sexy. {HuffPo} Wrap it Up in Chanel: Designer bags are so last year. Just in time for Valentine's Day, images of Chanel condoms have been making the rounds on the internets, with an photo of the designer condoms appearing branded with a "Keep it Classy" slogan below the interlocked C's. Rumored at $279 for a 12-pack, getting some wouldn't be cheap for the couples interested in these Chanel rubbers. However, upon further investigation, it seems these love gloves are (shockingly!) only a rumor...but we don't think it's such a horrible idea. {Refinery 29} Anna From the Block: Vogue EIC Anna Wintour left the confines of Manhattan for her stepson Sam Shaffer's surprise birthday bash at Frank's Lounge in Fort Green, Brooklyn. But, true to to her ways, Wintour did not arrive solo--she came with her boyfriend Shelby Bryan, Vogue senior accessories editor Filipa Fino and stylist Christian Stroble. It's never a party until the fashion arrives. {NYPost} Smells Like Love: Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom think their love is unbreakable...or at least that what their new fragrance seems to suggest. Right in time for Valentine's Day, the reality star and basketball stud launch a unisex eau de toilette spray that "fuses their personalities" and will be sold exclusively at Perfumania. And since Kim generally hogs most of the spotlight, it's only fair that Khloe should finally have her own fragrance. {Racked}
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Elisabetta Canalis for Cavalli: George Clooney's girlfriend bares it all in a second round of ads for Roberto Cavalli, donning nothing but red lips and select pieces from the designer's new underwear collection. Cavalli has called Canalis his "ideal of a woman." Le sexy. {HuffPo} Wrap it Up in Chanel: Designer bags are so last year. Just in time for Valentine's Day, images of Chanel condoms have been making the rounds on the internets, with an photo of the designer condoms appearing branded with a "Keep it Classy" slogan below the interlocked C's. Rumored at $279 for a 12-pack, getting some wouldn't be cheap for the couples interested in these Chanel rubbers. However, upon further investigation, it seems these love gloves are (shockingly!) only a rumor...but we don't think it's such a horrible idea. {Refinery 29} Anna From the Block: Vogue EIC Anna Wintour left the confines of Manhattan for her stepson Sam Shaffer's surprise birthday bash at Frank's Lounge in Fort Green, Brooklyn. But, true to to her ways, Wintour did not arrive solo--she came with her boyfriend Shelby Bryan, Vogue senior accessories editor Filipa Fino and stylist Christian Stroble. It's never a party until the fashion arrives. {NYPost} Smells Like Love: Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom think their love is unbreakable...or at least that what their new fragrance seems to suggest. Right in time for Valentine's Day, the reality star and basketball stud launch a unisex eau de toilette spray that "fuses their personalities" and will be sold exclusively at Perfumania. And since Kim generally hogs most of the spotlight, it's only fair that Khloe should finally have her own fragrance. {Racked}
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Elisabetta Canalis for Cavalli: George Clooney's girlfriend bares it all in a second round of ads for Roberto Cavalli, donning nothing but red lips and select pieces from the designer's new underwear collection. Cavalli has called Canalis his "ideal of a woman." Le sexy. {HuffPo}

Wrap it Up in Chanel: Designer bags are so last year. Just in time for Valentine's Day, images of Chanel condoms have been making the rounds on the internets, with an photo of the designer condoms appearing branded with a "Keep it Classy" slogan below the interlocked C's. Rumored at $279 for a 12-pack, getting some wouldn't be cheap for the couples interested in these Chanel rubbers. However, upon further investigation, it seems these love gloves are (shockingly!) only a rumor...but we don't think it's such a horrible idea. {Refinery 29}

Anna From the Block: Vogue EIC Anna Wintour left the confines of Manhattan for her stepson Sam Shaffer's surprise birthday bash at Frank's Lounge in Fort Green, Brooklyn. But, true to to her ways, Wintour did not arrive solo--she came with her boyfriend Shelby Bryan, Vogue senior accessories editor Filipa Fino and stylist Christian Stroble. It's never a party until the fashion arrives. {NYPost} Smells Like Love: Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom think their love is unbreakable...or at least that what their new fragrance seems to suggest. Right in time for Valentine's Day, the reality star and basketball stud launch a unisex eau de toilette spray that "fuses their personalities" and will be sold exclusively at Perfumania. And since Kim generally hogs most of the spotlight, it's only fair that Khloe should finally have her own fragrance. {Racked} Vanity Fair has the Allure: Amidst New York Fashion Week madness, Condé Nast announced major changes for the fashion directors of two of its main mags. One of the biggest changes includes Michael Carl's move from Allure to Vanity Fair, where he will serve as fashion market director. Before joining Allure in 2006, Carl served as marketing director at Jane and held positions at both Interview and Nylon. In the meantime, longtime marketing director of W, Treena Lombardo, will fill Carl's position at Allure. Her first day is February 14, which is also falls on Allure's 20th anniversary dinner and the Marc Jacobs' show. Best of luck to all settling in their new positions. {Daily Front Row}

David Yurman Ropes in Bloggers for their V-Day Contest: David Yurman is launching a Valentine's day facebook contest called "Love, Yurman" where entrants have the chance to win two pieces of the brand's jewelry. They've enlisted the help of five bloggers, "chosen for their unique senses of style, fashion and accessories expertise, and interesting takes on love," including our very own Lauren Sherman. She has a very interesting take on love, ok? The other four "ambassodors" are: Rumi Neely of fashiontoast, Jenn Camp of Le Fashion and Le Love, and Paul Avarali of DETAILS magazine. {Facebook}